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Laying Out Your Food Plots - Part II
by David Morris

Distribution And Size
Ok, you have a handle on the total acreage of food plots needed, but how many plots do you need, what size should they be and where should they go. You can’t really answer any of these questions without giving thought to the others since they’re all related and interdependent. The number of plots depends in part on what size they are, and vice versa. And, in areas with limited tillable land, the distribution of the tillable land and how much of it there is at…
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Seasonal Nutritional Needs of the Whitetail
by David Morris

In order to formulate a nutritional strategy (plan) for whitetails, it is necessary to know their seasonal nutritional needs. Biologists and scientists can get into…

Best Choice for Perennial Plot
by Mali Vujanic

As a professional Land Manager I would have to say that across the board, the most frequent question I receive from future food plotters is…



Data & Censusing
by David Morris

Ok, you’re sold on deer management. You’ve taken stock of what you’ve got to work with, set your goals and laid out a strategy. Now,…



An American Hero
by Scott Railey

On a cold February morning in the early ‘90’s, I was shooting sporting clays in Tampa, Florida.  A cold rain ran us into a metal…



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Tip #41 - Be Selective and Don’t Compromise

Sometimes that trophy buck of your dreams doesn’t appear until the last afternoon of the last day of your hunt.  Unfortunately, many hunters are not there to capitalize because they harvested a lesser buck earlier in the hunt.  To be a consistently successful trophy buck hunter, you have to set standards that you don’t compromise, which means on occasion you will go home with an unused tag.


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